Spelling Bee Champion

The winner of the Lee County Spelling Bee for 2016 is FMCS, 8th grader, Matthew Krupka. It took 50 ROUNDS OF SPELLING to get it done! The winning word – Catadromous. Matt moved on to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. and finished 46th in the nation out of 285 finalists! Naples News […]


Black History Month Essay Contest

Fort Myers Christian School is proud of seventh grader, Annelisa Swiersz, who has been chosen to be the Middle School winner of the Governor’s Black History Month Essay Contest for the State of Florida. She and the Elementary and High School recipients traveled to Tallahassee to attend a ceremony with the Governor on February 17. […]


Leaving a Legacy

During the 2016-17 school year, FMCS lost two members of our family: Miss Tina Blanden (one of our founding teachers) and Mr. John O’Brien. It was announced on April 23, 2016 at the Teacher Appreciation Banquet and Concert: The 2017 Fun Run fundraiser for students scholarships will be named the Miss Blanden Fun Run! Miss […]


Academics and Fine Arts

As part of our commitment to the strongest academic program possible, we endeavor to utilize the best curriculum available. When possible, Christian publishers are used, but in some cases other types of curriculum are better in development and quality.  The following list gives the publishers of the texts for our classes: Curriculum As part of […]


Our Library

FMCS has been blessed with an excellent library on the second floor of the Children’s Center. This library contains books for elementary and middle school students. During the course of the year, we have two Book Fairs! (Check your Renweb calendar for dates) Please feel free to visit when you are on the campus!  Click […]


Parent University

PTF (Parent-teacher Fellowship) is now PARENT UNIVERSITY at FMCS! (Yes, the initials are “PU,” as in “that smells” – sometimes it “stinks” to be a parent, but the blessings are more than worth it.) Parent University will provide the chance for you to: Become involved in your child’s education by volunteering! Research shows that such […]